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, when the victims are innocent children, it's time to move from conversation it action. tyler? >> hampton pearson, thank you. >>> to the markets now. apple dipping below $500 a share for the first time since february. in premarket trading, this after citi downgraded stock. the company did sell better than expected 2 million iphone 5s in china over the weekend. the best smart phone launch ever in that country. what will the future bring with apple? i'm here with spencer from wall street journal. spencer, people have been unloading apple over the past few months. is that selling pressure overdone? >> well, it looks like since apple released this announcement saying they have sold over more than 200 million iphones in china, and it takes it down a new low for apple, it has rebounded. apple is entering a new relationship for its investors. the last few years it's been this amazing lovely marriage. both sides completely in love with each other. the last few quarters they are questioning tlir relationship. they are fearing, can the growth continue? can the innovation continue? this
with the city. we did a consent agreement with them earlier this year that called for a number of actions to happen because we do need better services for the citizens of detroit. they deserve it. and we need to achieve results. the problem is the mayor and the city council haven't been able to get on the same page. we are going through the process now of saying if they don't get it done, we are going to start a review, hopefully next week, that will go on for 30 days to say if it doesn't get done, there are other actions, including emergency managers that we should be considering for detroit. so i'm clearly encouraging the city and the mayor to get these issues on the table, have them work together and get resolutions so we can move forward and get detroit growing again. >> explain to me the emergency managers. does that mean the state steps in and does the job for them? is that what you mean? >> yeah. in michigan we've had a statute for some time. we had some controversy and we're under the old statute now. this goes back to many years where we had emergency manager status. they can com
to shield her students from gunfire. and others whose actions likely saved likes. the unfathomable loss felt far beyond newtown, connecticut, complete strangers coming from across the country to offer their support and condolences. >> could not sleep last night turn on the news, that matter the channel it is on. the least i can do with the holidays approaching. molly line is live in newtown with more. molly, what are we learning? >>reporter: we are seeing the faces to match with the 20 names of the children. one picture we have today, jack pinto a huge giant fan, six, in 1st grade. he loves sports and he is honored tonight by one of his favorite players, victor cruz, a giants player, of course, write on his gloves today. and olivia just six years old, family friends created a memorial fund on facebook, filled with christmas-themed photos. >>bret: these are all tough to go through. en families who survived the incident are suffering, obvious ly. >> chris wallace this morning had a chance to speak with a father whose child survived the massacre. and his son was inside when the gunman came in a
hanger. >> the hour for immediate action is here. it's now. >> t-minus three days until everyone's taxes go up. the politicians are in a mad scramble this morning. so, what are the odds of a deal to prevent disaster? >>> the price of fashion. are your skinny jeans a health risk? why doctors are warning of nerve damage, abdominal pain, heart burn, even blood clots. >>> is britney spears about to lose her job as a judge on a talent show? why simon cowell reportedly calls her toxic to the show's success. >>> and good morning, everyone. we've got a lot to get to this last week of 2012. can you believe this year is almost over? and of course, we're going to start the show with weather. take a look at snow falling overnight in illinois. the year ending with a one-two punch of nasty weather for much of the country. ginger zee will tell us how it will affect your travel plans. >> nothing makes ginger happier than a big winter storm. we'll talk to her in just a moment. >>> speaking of travel. this is exactly what you do not want to hear after you've ponied up for a christmas cruise on "the queen
. thank you, susan. >>> ben bernanke also had big news for investors. the feds taking unprecedented action in keeping interest rates at their record-low levels. erica ferrari is here in new york with that. erica, good morning to you. >> good morning, terrell. for the first time ever, the fed said they would link its actions to specific economic milestones. they said they'll keep the interest rate to 0% until the unemployment rate falls to below 6.5%. the jobless rate may not reach that point until 2015. it's at 7.7% now. rates will also stay low as long as inflation remains below 2.5%. the fed will continue its program of spending $85 billion a month on bond purchases. all of these steps are aimed at spurring borrowing and lending. and news from the federallied most asian markets. tokyo's nikkei added 1.5%. hong kong's hang seng lost a quarter percent. the dow lost nearly 3 points. the nasdaq was down 8. and the u.s. is on track to run up its fifth straight deficit or manufacture than a trillion dollars. the treasury department says the budget gap rose to $172 billion in november. that's u
a meteor shower on nights like this. >> reporter: right now is the peak of the action between 1:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. there's more action tomorrow night through dawn. reporting live in oakland, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> strong demand and low mortgage rates are pushing to create a strong home sales. that's up more than 20% from the same time last year. the percentage of foreclosures and short sales fell to 25% of sales from 50% a year ago. >>> there's word from san francisco tonight of a near record real estate deal. 2901 broadway closed education crow recently for a reported $28,850,000. the áf that would be the third most expensive home sale in san francisco history. and according to socket site, the new owners will have to deal with a -- a higher property sales tax. >>> the u.n. ambassador was widely believed to be the president's favorite to replace hillary clinton. president obama said he regretted what he called the unfair and misleading attacks on susan rice. >>> massachusetts senator john kerry is now the front runner for secretary of state he was the first to issue a statem
health treatment or swift enforcement action, whatever is needed. a single and simple policy response from washington cannot fix this. we all want to have a more caring and supportive society but the fragmentation of family, civic and our nation's community life lends itself to isolation, anger and for some even despair. now let's be clear, this tragedy is the result of a deeply disturbed person who committed unspeakable crimes. that is where the blame rests. but perhaps, madam speaker, but perhaps an outcome deserving of these children who died is that we all take some responsibility for the degradation of culture, what we think about, the way we conduct ourselves and perhaps strive for that which is noble, that which is good and that which is just. madam speaker, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields. under the speaker's announced policy of january 5, 2011, the gentleman from maryland, mr. bartlett, is recognized for 32 minutes as the designee of the majority leader. mr. bartlett: thank you, madam speaker. i would like to echo the concerns of my colleague. we a
scorecard with the heritage action. he was 98 and i was closing in on and 80. getting there were a couple of votes that separated us. other than that i'm not quite sure where we disagree. i would think philosophically we're on the same pace. hopefully we will continue to work together. i look forward to hearing more from the center. >> last question. >> [no microphone] >> i think he would say do not forget it is about going up in life. it is about moving forward. we define that differently. some see the senate as a move up. i certainly do as well in a way. i am hoping that the message the good lord place of my heart is a leap forward. we will have an opportunity to let the message of real hope and opportunity resonates in places where it has not been before. thank you very much. [applause] david weitz mallinckrodt [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> a white house briefing was scheduled at 12:30 but we hear it has been pushed back to 1:00. we will carry it live when it gets under way. in the meantime, more from
to be closer to new year's for me to get interested in apple. >> have you looked at the options market action in it? i don't know whether you have. >> i glossed over it and hasn't given me anything substantive yet. >>> i want to draw our viewers' attention to avon products. this is a rare one to leave the s&p 500 but that's what's happening right now. shares up almost near the highs of the day here at 5.2%. analysts aren't exactly sure what's behind the move but still, it's one to mention. remember coty offered to buy avon a couple of times earlier this year. they walked away from that deal twice. in a year we're down more than 15.5% on avon products. >>> automakers revving up sales. mercedes-benz posting its best results ever in america. the ceo of the u.s. division will join us exclusively to talk about how he plans to keep those sales motoring along and whether he is hiring. >>> speaking of hiring, with millions still out of work, why are manufacturers having a tough time filling new positions? phil lebeau searching for answers? wheeling, illinois. >> tyler, the answers will surprise you.
and take into actions that she did, that shooter had the capability of killing much more in this tragedy would have been far worse if it wasn't for her heroic actions, so, i think that that loss certainly is extremely heart felt and we're saddened, but in the other instance, it gives me great pleasure to know that she did what she was supposed to do and when we talk about these types of things, in our wildest dreams did we ever think that the conversation that her and i actually had would unfold into reality and then causing the loss of her life. she's truly a hero today. >> dave: we mention you're the first selectmen in woodbury and how is your community coming together around this tragedy? >> the first thing when this was unfolding was sheer shock and then it was horror and then it goes into heart break and as a community, we're coming together and we're all talking, we're grieving and trying to make some sense of the senseless and we're strong, we're a small community and we'll come together and get through this. >> dave: is there anything you need? i think so many people ask us what
to block or delay ?as action on a bill. this is about an hour and 15 minutes. >> we, of course, welcome on each occasion those who join us on the heritage.org website, and we ask everyone in house to check cell phones are off as a curtesy to the speakers, and we will, of course, post the program within 24 hours on the heritage home page. those listening online are welcome at any time to send comments or questioning us, e-mail us, and hosting the discussion this afternoon is mike frank, the vice president for government studies. in this capacity, he oversees our work to help members of congress and the executive branch understand and defend conservative principles and exercise their constitutional powers. he previously servedded as director of communications for the house majority leader dick army of texas, and prior to that, he was heritage's director of congressional relations, and he's additionally served in the office of national drug control policy and council for former representative of california. please join me in welcoming my colleague mike frank. mike? [applause] >> hello to e
at "the young turks" is clear. we're with the works. now when we come back, game action in washington. conservatives are very mad about this. >> history made today in our state. >> announce you formerly and legally wed. >> cenk: everybody time i'm amused like people look at that and say, how terrible. all right, when we come back as well, the elbow of the day. this one is near literal. let's see if you can figure it out. guess atwisconsin. @tytoncurrent. [ female announcer ] what would you call an ordinary breakfast pastry that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] go from zero to pizza in just 60 seconds with totino's pizza rolls and grab a bite of snack-defying, satisfying... because pizza...never...misses. it's on. let's roll. >> talking about this, watch. >> they could now say its safe to look at this because there is an emerging consensus. quite literally the oppositio
action in washington. conservatives are very mad about this. >> history made today in our state. >> announce you formerly and legally wed. >> cenk: everybody time i'm amused like people look at that and say, how terrible. all right when we come back as well, the elbow of the day. this one is near literal. let's see if you can figure it out. guess at [ male announcer ] red lobster's crabfest ends soon. hurry in and try five succulent entrees like our tender snow crab paired with savory garlic shrimp. just $12.99. come into red lobster and sea food differently. and introducing 7 lunch choices for just $7.99. salads, sandwiches, and more. >> talking about this, watch. >> they could now say its safe to look at this because there is an emerging consensus. quite literally the opposition to gay imager is dying with old people. >> cenk: it's true. but you know, it's interesting what is a bigger case is people in their 30s are so in favor of gay marriage that they're changing the numbers on a national scale. when likely voters were asked about it in a
a fine point on this. bob dean from the nrcd action fund is willing to go along with helping the chinese develop their natural gas reserves so that they don't become too dependent on coal. i think that's news. >> what we're trying to do is to encourage the chinese to promote all kinds of clean technology. we've had an office in beijing since 1995 and 30, 35 people there, we have good contacts in the government. good contacts in the business community and we're making a difference there, but what it's about, is helping the chinese to improve their efficiency. david, their industrial efficiency is improved by two-thirds since 1980, but they're still 15 to 20% behind where they need to be. they are he going to get there in the next-- >> let's be realistic, you're comparing natural gas and wind mills, it's going to be a long time before wind mills can get to where natural gas is. if we have to deal with a solution right now for the chinese to prevent them from spewing out all of that coal. 70% of their energy needs is coal-produced. if we want to switch to something cle something cleaner. na
. wall goesgreens did not acknowledge any wrong doing. >>> new legal action to save his business. the national sea shore was given 90 days to shut down. now the owner is seeking a restraining order against the federal government. this is in addition to a previous lawsuit. the owner purchased the form in 2004. >>> it's the highest tide of the year: king tide. it hit the coast today and will be back tomorrow. we'll show you what it look like this morning when it was at its peak. water sat at street level. the rising water level could disrupt. >> she sprained the highest tides of the year. >> king tide. which means that the sun and the moon are both using their pull and the tide is high. we are not in control of it. >> showed us where the high tide pushed water over parts of this trail. >> it affects the birds and the trail. the trail has --. >> the that examines the potential of rising sea levels. you had see problems in neighborhoods and roads. >> even without a storm, the tide caused this street to flood. along the beach in -- photo grapher photographer used this to his advantage
in conservative politics. their actions alone marked a alone marked their different backgrounds and experiences. it is easy to forget that buckley was once a fledgling writer and publisher trying to stimulate himself and the world of politics and letters. the son of a oil baron, and thurmond was a priceless compact, father and son both. later, after a seachange inaugurated on the civil rights movement, thurmond would not be the only conservative leader with a segregationist record in need of scrubbing. in the 20 century american right was a smaller, more interconnected world than we often remember. now, i think strom thurmond life is interesting for the life that it shed on southern and -- it properly the light it sheds on southern a national politics in the second half of the 20th century. but strom thurmond's life is also interesting simply as a life. i mean, the man lived to be 100. he was full of twists and turns. it was full of psychological complexity, and unintended consequences, and it was full of secrets, too, right? we know the secret of his having fathered an african-american daughte
that you face at paychecks? >> all the attention on the fiscal cliff and no action is really producing, i think, a dampered view from small business, and they're just kind of waiting on the sidelines right now. what you're seeing in our clients, they're not opening up their second location, they're not hiring more employees. it's fairly quiet. >> yeah, there it is. that's fiscal cliff. he had been building a head of steam. and suddenly he's talking about business building tailing off. washington, washington -- but do you ever hear them -- they talk about the job creators. you have to protect the job creators. they spoke to the president, i thought the president was starting to understand this. but this is about etiology. this isn't about the war between the states that are gop, and the states that are democrat. etiology does not get solved in a back room. it doesn't. it gets solved by the actual citizens saying, i can't pay for dinner. i can't pay for dinner. i've got to stay, and i can't go to brinker, i've got to go get mccormack spice and hamburger helper. that's when it changes. >> th
is heat is on issuing a statement to the station's actions. the two dj's ripped their jobs indefinitely. the chief executive of the parent company say the dj's are shocked still. he is advising no one two jump to any conclusions. >> during conclusions from what is a tragic manner i mean our main concern is for the family. i don't think any one could have reasonably foreseen this was going to be a result. i think the more important question is we are confident we haven't done anything illegal. >>> they took the dj's off the air as i mentioned even with that nothing seems to be calming the outrage. shawn berry is a reporter with australia channel 7. how much pleasure is being put on the radio station? >> as the news of the nurse's death broke they immediately pulled advertising from the station and in a preemptive strike the they have suspended advertising on all of the shows indefinitely until this all blows over. recently a shock jock on another station referred to the death of the prime minister's father saying he had died of shame. the backlash from that is huge. that station lost mil
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't taken action. you never know how you are going it respond in one of these life altering situations. >> with it classrooms, three minutes, unbelievable the amount of damage and trauma he has caused. we're going to be here for the next four hours and of course have continuing coverage through the day. straight ahead your child didn't need to be at the scene of the shooting to be traumatized. just hearing about it can be traumatic. as a parent what do you do and advise? dr. mark stealing here live next. this holiday, share everything. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. shareable data across 10 devices with uimited talk and text. by htc for $49.99. music is a universal language. but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 mill
the impact of that on demand later in 2013. the second action the bank has taken to provide a breathing space before these broad macroeconomic factors feedthrough is to introduce what we call a funding for lending scheme. a special scheme started on the first of august under which the bank of england, with the garden -- guarantee of the governor because this is a cause i-fiscal action, would provide four-year financing for banks to enable them to increase lending to the real economy or at the least, to contract lending to the real economy by less than they would otherwise have done. we will lend to banks according to how much they are expanding their own net lending to the real economy and the more they expand their net lending, the lower the interest rate which will charge on loans to them. there is a powerful financial incentive built into this funding for lending scheme to persuade banks into expanding their lending. we're confident it will feed through especially to the mortgage market during 2013. the final factor is to look once again at the banking system. in the autumn of 2008, the un
. hagel said military action is not a viable, feasible, responsible action. president obama. for secretary of defense, chuck hagel is not a responsible option. >> that's from the emergency committee for israel, pro israeli group, of course. i want you to listen also to what senator joe lieberman, an independent and another very prominent republican senator from hagel's own party had to say about him over the weekend. >> i would have some really serious questions to ask him. not just about israel, but to me, the most significant foreign policy challenge for president obama and our country and the world in the next year or two is iran and its nuclear weapons program. chuck hagel has had some very outlying votes on that. >> i don't think he's going to get republican votes. i like chuck, but his positions, i didn't really quite frankly nomo all know all of them. >> senator lindsey graham, very prominent senator, already some of hagel's own republican party coming up against him. >> we'll see if this campaign against him is effective enough, i guess, barbara, in order for this nomination not to
this looming tax hike. everyone agrees that that action is necessary. >> so now all eyes are focused on the senate for 11:00 this morning when they do reconvene. there were reports there was major progress overnight for something that could pass on the senate side. the question is whether it can pass on the house side under the leadership of speaker john boehner. i've talked to a couple of republicans this morning who are fairly optimistic that whatever comes out of the senate, whatever that deal is, it will pass the house this afternoon. although hard-core republican anti-tax folks are not going to vote for it. it still would likely have enough votes to pass. that's at least the mood of some folks i'm talking to today. guys, one of the big questions that's unresolved here was raised on a conference call with ceos arranged by the white house on friday night, on that white house conference call with ceos. one of the ceos asked tim geithner, i'm told by a participant on the call, whether a small deal would be enough to are prevent ratings agencies to downgrade u.s. debt. i'm told by th
some action today. >> and it was crazy yesterday, watching that market. it was a little bit after we left the set yesterday morning, but watching it in the afternoon, there was information about scott brown, and oh, there is going to be a call to bring congress back in. it was amazing to see the market on that -- >> scott brown bottom, as a lot of people were calling it. you were down more than 51. >> and it is amazing to see how our fortunes are being tied the at this point to what is going on in d.c. and every minor tweet or post or headline or what not, at the end of the day, it was four straight losing sessions for the dow, nasdaq, as well as the s&p 500. certainly something we have to watch. in the meantime, the clock is not only ticking for the fiscal cliff, but time is running out to avoid a strike at ports in massachusetts and texas, that could affect containers to and from the u.s. from reaching their destination. talks are taking place in secrecy between the international long shoresman association and the u.s. maritime alliance in an effort to keep 14,000 longshoreman from
that to the appropriate action. i understand you have to stand for principle. i also know this country has to move forward. ideologically driven to extremes, special interest groups, and others who are not willing to sit down and find solutions, are causing us to be stuck. somebody said we are neutral. you cannot be in neutral if you are in reverse. you are losing ground. that is a temporary situation. the question is how long. i do not know. i am optimistic because we cannot continue this way. people will ultimately understand we cannot. hopefully, that is before this year ends. >> what is it like to be a lame duck? >> you are not a dead duck. you are still in office. the session almost becomes like daffy duck if you are not careful. i am as committed today to finishing this job by the very last day as the was i started. -- as i was when i started. the majority got us into this mess right now by passing the not workingrol lasact together. i want the members of house and senate in both caucuses remember it was bipartisan to work together to get us out of it. i pledge to continue to work. i knew in my hear
rotational action. cyclicals are down, banks are up. they seem to anticipate that this is going to be resolved. and then the implications are if we don't have a santa claus rally as we talked about, then we'll see something in january. because this last quarter has been sort of a wait and see kind of thing. that would probably speak to a good quarter for us next time around. >> you know, i wonder. i don't know that anybody's happy with oh, well this is going to be a january affair. and we're not going to deal with this after christmas. did you see a change in money flows? you're there on the floor watching real money move throughout sectors. did you see any change today or on friday as people felt that maybe we are at the beginning of a deal? or still people are sort of sitting on their hands and not wanting to move money around? >> getting more active. but it's been rotational. which is something we haven't been seeing as much. today we're seeing them pull out a one sector going to the other sectors. once we get done with whatever the outcome is going to be, fiscal cliff going
to take action. the newtown united, a new form a group is calling for sensible gun legislation. >> we have 20 children that we are burying. >> we have learned that the day before her death, she just returned from a short trip to a luxury resort in new hampshire. in recent years she felt comfortable about leaving her son at home non-supervised. >> we're all going to continue to keep you updated with chilly conditions in the north bay. mid upper 20s. the thermometer, showing 26 decreased it is called we will be back. . it is cold 26-degrees.. >> welcome back. processions. taking a look at the markets this morning.market futures indicate the nasdaq in the positive, and the dow and the s and p in the negative. stocks end the day down. after little measurable progress was reported in the ongoing budget negotiations in washington. here's a look at yesterdays closing numbers. on wall street. the dow dropped 99-points. after posting 100-point gains over the past two days. both the nasdaq and s-and-p-500 lost 10-points. we'll be watching the stock market all morning index of stories.. >> airplane m
for coordinated international action is now. the time, in fact, is long overdue. with that, mr. speakering i reserve the balance of our time. the speaker pro tempore: the squom from florida reserves. the gentleman from california, mr. berman is recognized. mr. berman: thank you, mr. speaker. i rise in strong support of h.con.res. 145 as amended and yield myself such time as i may consume. sproy the gentleman is recognized. mr. berman: i would like to thank the sponsor of this legislation, ms. ros-lehtinen, for her leadership on this issue and her work in addressing the north korean threat. earlier this month, north korea carried out a missile launch using ballistic missile technology in correct defiance of the international community this important resolution condemns their launch, calls on the north korea to live up to its commitments, admere to its international obligations and deal piecefully with its neighbors. this is a blatant violation of the u.n. security council resolutions. 1718 and 1874. we urge the security council to take strong and concerted action to demonstrate that pyongyang
science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> let's turn our attention to the trading action here at the new york stock exchange. mary thompson is with us on the floor today. hi, mary. >> tyler, the story has basically been another special. the dow has been held in the 48 point range, the s&p as well. apple set to be down for the tenth week out of the last 12. also the weakness that we are seeing in energy stocks despite the gains that we are seeing in oil energy stocks went lower by a warning from the oil services company on concerns about weakness in north america. this comes on a day when we had beat the news on inflation here in the u.s. as well as factory output and decent news from china where manufacturing rose to its highest level. that is given a lift to steel as well as metal. airlines are also stronger. they are hitting the fal, the index of the airlines hitting a 52-week high for the fourth straight session. one of the reasons, the strength in southwest air linings. the company seeking to raise another over $1 billion in added fees. the stock hitting the middle of
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such as decision-making, inhibiting and proper actions. i mean, the neo cortex is a huge number of things. >> guest: it does lots of things that high on both levels and uses the same algorithm. i've recognized the ages of objects for crossfires ofa and obvious functions that he got at the high-level, how to recognize and say she's pretty but that was funny. it exists at the highest level of the conceptual hierarchy. one powerful piece of evidence that came out was what happens to be one, a region of the neo cortex of the optic nerve stillson, generally the process is a very primitive pattern and images, like the ages of objects. so this low-level, simple patterns. what happens to it and it congenitally blind person? it actually gets taken over by the frontal cortex to help that process high-level language concepts. so here's the same region in both level concepts is an high level, showing the algorithm is basically the same and the differences persist in the conceptual hierarchy. the hierarchy is created by the neo cortex itself. the actual physical connections that connect these 300 million module
in the six-party talks and other countries in the international community to pursue appropriate action. >> reporter: but as we know, gretchen, those appropriate actions are very difficult without the support of china. >> gretchen: no doubt. jennifer griffin live from the pentagon, thank you. >> tracking a person's every move without them knowing. it's as simple as buying a smartphone app but legislation could change that. we'll look at that for you next. plus, the changing face of america. pretty soon there will be no racial majority in our country. what will that mean for society? what about politics? that's coming up. stick around. >> gretchen: new senate bill taking on the so-called stalker apps that help smartphone user track victims. the bill was sponsored by al franken that closes a loophole that laws apps to secretly operate on a cell phone and transmit their location without their knowledge. the bill updates laws passed years before laws revolutionized smartphones. you've been working on this since the '90s. you see this as a domestic violence situation. >> it's another way to
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without some sort of action in the senate the next few days. what they left out of that, unfortunately, is the reason why they are waiting on the senate to do something. the senate coming into session tomorrow, by the way. is that speaker boehner couldn't get enough votes to move forward on a plan to avert the cliff last week. that's why we are where we are right now. the president will be boarding air force one in a few hours. flying overnight back to washington. is he likely to bring together congressional leaders in the next couple days when he he gets back to washington. time is running out, harris. >> harris: no breaking news in any of that. but we did see some today. treasury secretary tim geithner saying we could hit the debt ceiling the day after we follow off the fiscal cliff if no deal is reached. >> that's right. december 31st. a lot going on there. a lot of these budget calamities coming together all at once. economists already warning the fiscal cliff situation could cause another recession. now we're about to hit the nation's debt ceiling. secretary geithner in a letter t
are backing democratic plan to take some kind of actions before the deadline. >> they continue to give opinions rick warren had an opinion. >> he said it is time to stop placing blame and start fixing things. listen to this. >> i think there's plenty of blame to go around. i would say this we need to stop blaming. you can't mix the problem while you were fixing the blame. i have trained leaders all over the world. one of the things i teach leadership is leaders accept the blame and give away the credit. >> every time you are blaming you are being blamed. i wish they would stop blaming and start fixing the problem. >> head over to stories you can bank on this morning. >> with lisess than 24-hours le i hope a lot of us show up today. it was a really dispinting sales weekend. lauren simonetti joins us this weekend. hi there, lauren. not as many people shopping. >> it's not much of a merry christmas. it hasn't been a big year for going over the fiscal cliff and over the fiscal cliff. >> they did goefr the malls they didn't seem to be buying that is a big deal since the saturday before chri
as it was demonstrated by the teachers and other adults in the school building whose actions no doubt saved lives. courage on display as it always is by our first responders. compassion as shown by people from around connecticut who have arrived in newtown wanting only to help. too often we focus on what divides us as a people instead of what binds us as human beings. what we saw yesterday were those bonds, that sense of community. in the coming days, we will rely on that which we have been taught and that which we inherently believe, that we have faith for a reason and that faith is god's gift to us all. those educators and those innocent little boys and girls were taken from their families far too soon. let us all hope and pray those children are now in a place where that innocence will forever be protected. may god bless you and may god bless those 27 people. may god bless their families and friends and may the pain their loved ones feel be some day absorbed by the love of all man kind. >> gregg: the governor of the state of connecticut, dan malloy, innocent little boys and girls taken from th
such as decisionsmaking, inhibiting improper action, not so much -- see neocortex as a huge number of things. >> guest: it does lots of things that high and low levels using the same algorithms. lot of pattern recognizers like the edges of objects or the capital wa and all these primitive functions. it is a high-level conceptual hierarchy. one powerful piece of evidence that came out as i was sending this to the publisher is what happens to the region of the neocortex ready optic words ago? it is very primitive pattern like the edges of objects. it is low level, very simple pattern. what happens to it? a blind person who is not getting any visual information, actually gets taken over by the frontal cortex to help process high-level language concepts. here is the same region doing low-level concept handling high level concepts showing that the algorithm is the same and the difference is the conceptual hierarchy. the hierarchy is created by the neocortex itself. there are actual physical connections connaught axons and dendrites that connect three hundred billion modules. we start with a wiring pattern
as president obama is calling for meaningful action soon on gun reform. ♪ ♪ ♪ amazing grace ♪ >> reporter: tears flowed freely neighboring communities came together for a tribute to newtown. >> benjamin, one of the greatest in heaven. >> reporter: funeral processions seeped to spread across connecticut, children and adults. more than 100 firefighters honored young daniel who wanted to grow up to be one of them. >> very upsetting that these young kids had their lives taken so early. >> reporter: mourners paid respect to sandy hook principal and teacher soto. >> i think any teacher what do what she did and not blink and just do whatever had to be done to protect those children. >> reporter: rebirth of sorts o for sandy hook students some got first look at new classrooms on loanhá from a neighboring town the principal taking the helm here will come out of retirement as a former sandy hook principal. in washington president obama issued resounding call to action. >> the president: this is not some washington commission. >> reporter: the president announced powerful team of cabinet members no
a deal. and the ball is in the senate's court. there's nothing like a deadline to force action. the president met with congressional leaders friday for the first time in six weeks. then, proclaimed himself modestly optimistic. but warned -- >> the american people are watching what we do here. obviously, their patience is already thin. >> reporter: with the clock running out, here's the game plan. the democratic and republican leaders in the senate will spend day trying to hash out a bipartisan agreement. >> i'm hopeful and optimistic. >> reporter: but if there is no deal, the president wants an up or down vote on measures he thinks can pass. extending tax cuts for those making $250,000 or less. and continuing unemployment benefits for the millions who will lose them when the new year strikes. >> that's the bare minimum that we should be able to get done. >> reporter: it's clear whatever happens, there is no time, now, for a grand bargain on the even tougher issues. cutting spending and raising the debt ceiling. >> we're going to end up with a small, kick-the-can down the road b
were affected by this increase as possible. moving down that path is the right course of action for us. >> after meeting with boehner yesterday, the president sweetened his offer including $1.2 trillion in tax increases down from the offer of $1.6 trillion. extending tax cuts for every american earning less than0oñ $400,000 a year, instead of $250,000. limiting amount of cost of living increases for social security recipients and a two year extension on the debt ceiling. >> the president has come halfway, republicans have come about this far. so we're close. the president demonstrated his reasonableness. >> but boehner says that is not quite the balance republicans are looking for. >> i made it clear to the president boy put a trillion dollars of revenue on the table. if you're willing to put spending reductions on the table. >> some house republicans grumbled because they're opposedwm any tax increases. >> justice department announced it's dropping its investigation into whether stress stalked a romantic rival online. a lawyer said no federal charges will be brought related to quote
was really surprised by the action of the market. we will go into it a little bit more with the silverado. dagen: it is a little past quarter past the hour. >> the stock is up 3%. they are out with their latest earnings. profits actually missed expectations. one of the reasons is because of interruptions by super storm sandy. with that being said, it would have been a decent earnings report. there is a shift going on. a down shift. customers are not paying as much for the special services anymore. that is where they are seeing some weakness. we have the dow down six points right now. the s&p is off about 1.5. the first 30 minutes of trading, the dow crossed the unchanged mark 35 times. back to you. dagen: thank you, lauren. connell: we are talking about mortgage rates which are actually on the highs. bernanke, is he the one to give thanks for around the holidays and what will his holiday gift be? dagen: google maps back on the iphone. walt mossberg really loves it and says it has some better features in the google maps for android phones. he will tell you all about it coming up. take a lo
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